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DUI Conviction? No Booze for You!

On March 21, 2018, a bill sponsored by Tennessee State Representative Bud Hulsey and Senator Frank Niceley allowing judges to prohibit those convicted of driving under the influence from purchasing alcohol made its way to the House Criminal Justice Committee.  According to the Tennessean newspaper, various drafts of the bill (HB 1698), before being finalized, sought a lifetime ban for a third conviction and discretion for judges to prohibit the purchase of alcohol for various lengths of time depending on  ... Read More »

Nonadjudicating DUIs in Mississippi

Last year we wrote this blog about some of last year’s changes to Mississippi’s DUI law. This year,however, even more changes were included in Mississippi House Bill 412. The updates are numerous and will take effect on October 1, 2014. Of all these changes, however, nonadjudication must be the most talked about. While called different things in various states, nonadjudication simply means that the guilty plea is withheld and the case is dismissed once the offender completes certain court-imposed conditions. In other words, it’s a ... Read More »